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Hawaiian Songs Ez Play Today #10
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Hawaiian Songs Ez Play Today #10

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Queen Liliuokalani
Artist Don Ho
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100435

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Hawaiian Songs Ez Play Today #10 Composed by Queen Liliuokalani. Performed by Don Ho. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100435, UPC: 073999643787)

21 Polynesian songs, including: Aloha Oe

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALOHA NUI KUU IPO  
ALOHA OE (FAREWELL TO THEE) QUEEN LILIUOKALANI  
BREEZE AND I,THE  
HARBOR LIGHTS  
HAWAIIAN LOVE CALL FARDEN,ALULI IRMGAR  
HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG,THE (KE KALI NEI A  
I'LL SEE YOU IN HAWAII  
KEALOHA JOHNSTON/ZUENGER  
LOVELY HULA GIRL ONESS/PITMAN  
MOON OF MANAKOORA,THE LOESSER/NEWMAN  
MY ISLAND PARADISE EDWARDS/MILLER/POBER  
NOW IS THE HOUR (MAORI FAREWELL SONG) SCOTT/CROSBY  
ONE MORE ALOHA LUND,EDDIE  
OUR LOVE AND ALOHA (LURLINE SAILS) HO,DON BLAISDELL,LEOLANI  
PEARLY SHELLS (PUPU O EWA) HO,DON EDWARDS/POBER  
QUIET VILLAGE BAXTER/LEVEN  
SEA BREEZE,THE  
SLEEPY LAGOON COATES/LAWRENCE  
SONG OF THE ISLANDS  
TINY BUBBLES (HUA LI'I) HO,DON POBER,LEON  
YOU'LL NEVER GO HOME  

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